Helping your clients make informed decisions about cannabis use can be a big undertaking. We know clinicians need to be armed with the right information and background knowledge to effectively talk about cannabis use with clients in your care.
EPION recognizes how difficult it can be to know where to start navigating all the information that is out there about cannabis use and its effect on young people. This resource was developed by EPION to help guide your learning and tackle conversations about cannabis with confidence.
This resource was developed by EPION to help guide clinicians through their learning and enable them to tackle conversations about cannabis with confidence. The information is divided into three main seThis resource was developed by EPION to help guide clinicians through their learning and enable them to tackle conversations about cannabis with confidence. The information is divided into three main sections.Click To Tweetctions.
HOW TO USE THE RESOURCE:
Prior to meeting with your clients, we recommend taking some time to explore all possible pathways and review any recommended resources along the way. This will provide you with the background knowledge needed to have an in-depth discussion about cannabis with your client.
CannabisIQ is brought to you by EPION.
EPION is a network of people who work in early psychosis intervention (EPI) services in Ontario, individuals who have received EPI services, and their family members and caregivers. We help strengthen early intervention services across Ontario and support the implementation of the MOHLTC’s Early Psychosis Intervention Program Standards, released in May 2011.
To build and support a network of provincial leaders that advances knowledge, provides advocacy, promotes quality evidence-based care and support for people and families living with early psychosis.
To promote rapid psychosis detection and access to care, to advance early psychosis intervention through research and knowledge exchange, and to implement and advance standards of care for early psychosis intervention.